1/2 dozen oven-baked cheese kranskys served with your choice of hell dips.
These are the things that actually make me go to Hell's pizza whenever I'm in town. I love kranskys anyway, but when heated up...... nom nom nom!
They certainly aren't the healthiest choice around, but they are very tasty with just the right amount of seasoning and spices in. The cheese can be a little on the hot side, which you have to watch unless you want third degree burns on your lips! The garlic mayo sauce wasn't quite garlicky enough, but I like enough garlic in my food to scare even the most hardened vampire away, so take that as a personal preference!
They are also pretty good cold the next morning with your left-over Lust pizza too. All in all a great meaty experience and a little different from your normal garlic bread side.
The helldogs taste good, but not so good when they have got all that meat inside them and it's not so spicy, which is not so good. I wanted them spicier. They went really well with the chilli and sour cream dipping sauce, and it made them taste better.
There was enough for everyone and all of us really enjoyed them.
I thought that they were sort-of a good price but it was a little bit higher than I expected.
The time was ok but it was sort-of a long time because I was hungry when they were ready.
Not a fan of these really. They seemed tempting as I looked at them - sausage thingies with cheese in them, they must be good, I thought. On my first bite, the cheese jetted out of it and was very... synthetic tasting, probably the best way I can describe it.
Couldn't tell you what meat was in the dog part of it, hoping the name wasn't literal. They are tender though and cooked well, they dont go all hard and rubbery which is good.
We tried them with garlic mayo type dipping sauce which was good and creamy and easy enough to get a good amount on the dogs. Probably not the best sauce for these maybe sour cream would be better, but whatever your preference is get two pots and go nuts.
Not for me will stick to the garlic bread
Stunning little devils, these... but obviously not to everyone's tastes. I am not 100% sure what a 'Kransky' actually is, but it seems to be some form of miniature salami/choritzo sausage with chunks of cheese in it... but I do know it is a flavour I really liked!
half a dozen of these with a really tasty garlic mayo dip was just what I needed to warm my tastebuds up for a bout of Level 2 'Mischief'...
As you bite in, take care not to burn your lip on the cheese ozzing out, or the rich meaty grease that dribbles down your chin, or geysers out the side if you're not careful.
Overall, meaty, flavoursome, mildly spicy, and all good. By no means healthy though... so like all things, moderation is the key. 1 or 2 each is a good portion methinks. Most definitely the highlight of the meal for me!
These sausages would be nice as a snack but I found myself not particularly enjoying them when they were combined with the pizzas I had at a GAMESnight recently.
When I took my first bite, the meat was very hot and, due to the style of sausage that the kransky is, a little more fat than I suppose I am used to. The cheese seemed to have been affected by this as it lost some of its flavour.
The dip we chose was the Garlic Mayo. It had a nice thick consistency and stuck to the sausage well. The garlic taste was perhaps a little mild for my tastebuds but it did help to lift the kransky's flavour a little.
All in all, not the worst fast food side dish I have had, but not the best either.
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